Get Out (2017)
Director: Jordan Peele
Screenwriter: Jordan Peele
Cast: Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Catherine Keener, Bradley Whitford, Caleb Landry Jones, Marcus Henderson, Betty Gabriel / Lakeith Stanfield / Stephen Root / Lil Rel Howery / Ashley LeConte Campbell / Karen L. Lackey / Julie Ann Donne / Geraldine Singer / Richard Hurd / Erika Alexander / …
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Suspense
Region: United States
Release: 2017-01-23 (Sundance Film Festival) / 2017-02-24 (USA)
Length: 104 minutes
Also known as: Interview‧Scare (Hong Kong)
Rating: IMDB 7.7 / Rotten Tomatoes 98%
Black guy Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) and white girl Ruth (Allison Williams) are in love. Although the relationship between them is very good, Chris has always stood up for himself. The color of the skin is frowned upon. One day, the two met to visit Ruth’s house, where Chris met Ruth’s parents Dean (Bradley Whitford) and Missy (Catherine Keener). ), except for Ruth’s younger brother Jeremy (Caleb Landry Jones) who showed a little hostility towards Chris, everything is perfect.
The next day, Chris attended a party held by Ruth’s house. At the party, Chris met his old friend Andrew (Keith Stanfield Keith Stanfield). He and his behavior are quite different from before, as if they were two different people. All kinds of weird clues made Chris gradually realize that he seemed to be caught in a conspiracy.
“Get Out” is a 2017 horror film written and directed by Jordan Peele. The film stars Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford, and Catherine Keener.
The story follows Chris (played by Daniel Kaluuya), a young black man who visits the family of his white girlfriend Rose (played by Allison Williams) for the weekend. As the weekend progresses, Chris begins to notice strange behavior from the family’s black servants and guests, and he becomes increasingly uneasy.
As Chris tries to leave, he discovers a shocking secret about the family’s true intentions, and must fight to escape their grasp.
The film was praised for its unique blend of horror, social commentary, and satire. It was a commercial success, grossing over $255 million worldwide, and was nominated for multiple awards, including four Academy Awards, winning Best Original Screenplay for Peele.